Easton Cottage Rental Rates
- US Dollars
- Jun-Sept $2200.00/wk $725.00/wk end
- Oct-May $1700.00/wk $250.00/nt
At "Our Cove on the Wye" this is truly Chesapeake Country and your family memories can be made here. Canoe, kayak or swim the pristine waters of the Wye River and enjoy your crabs on the waterfront deck. Wildlife abounds here..due to the close proximity of the Wye Island Natural Resource Mgmt Area you will see Migratory geese, swans, blue heron and osprey. Our Outdoor Pavilion is the perfect destination for star gazing in the evening and has comfortable seating along with a firepit. World class Sporting Clays or rockfish charters can be arranged at nearby "Pintail Point Farm". Thoughtful hunters are welcome! Fantastic golf is minutes away at Queenstown Harbor or Hunters Oak. Foul weather activities include great Outlet Shopping at Prime/Queenstown or take in the new Fitness Center a schedule of group classes is provided. Interiors have a clean, comfortable Shore theme with all practical needs in place for your convenience. Relax and Renew at out quiet paradise.. Available for Naval Academy affairs and Commissioning Week.
Keywords: Chesapeake Country
When growing up my parents had a fishing charter business on the Chesapeake Bay, and I fell in love with spending time on the water. I worked hard to make my dream a reality and enjoy sharing my shore home with my family. The joy of watching the kids catch their first crab or searching for swans nests in the spring never gets old. Having this much nature at your doorstep is a simple pleasure we're lucky to have and happy to share.
The Owner purchased this cottage in 1997
The Eastern Shore of Maryland is a nature lovers paradise, Migratory Geese, Blue Heron, Swans and Osprey are just wonderful to view, and add a peaceful element to a hectic profession I've chosen.
Famous for the Chesapeake Blue Crab, the Wye River never disappoints, the crab bounty is excellent. Secondly, exists no commercial business, therefore the waters are pristine and perfect for swimming, kayaking, and wildfowl sightings. Its not unusual in the fall to spot a deer or two swimming across the river!!